Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis

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2010/05/23 11:21:22 (permalink)

Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis

I love yoga and have mostly been using it for stretching/relaxation purposes. Now, I'm more interested in toning and muscle strengthening. I've already started using Crunch's Yoga Body Sculpt w/Bethany Lyons and Perfect Yoga Workout w/Sara Ivanhoe (who's one of my favorite yoga instructors). 

Can you please recommend some other beginner/intermediate to intermendiate level yoga DVDs that will help me with allover body toning? Thanks!
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    Sophia
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/23 13:04:51 (permalink)
    Have you looked at {Iron Yoga}7493^?  I don't know how to do a link to the actual product, but you can search for it by name.  They use dumbbells in it.
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    Chryssa
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/23 13:32:17 (permalink)
    Also Adrienne Reed's Power Yoga is very strength oriented.
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/23 16:04:56 (permalink)
    the {biggest loser yoga}5608^ with bob and jillian michael's {yoga meltdown}5804^ plus a new series "pulse yoga"-they use dumbells  in your hands doing the poses(most are standing poses) plus add pulses to the legs and thighs and arms at the same time-{iron yoga}7493^ is very good-
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    Sophia
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/23 21:29:17 (permalink)
    Dulcy, I sent you a PM because I didn't want to highjack this thread!
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    fitnessbuff
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/24 21:28:13 (permalink)
    I like the {Yoga Meltdown}5804^ and also the {Warrior Workout}5807^. Denise Austin's {Yoga Body Burn}7937^ is pretty good for more strenuous yoga too.
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    Re:Yoga DVDs with toning emphasis 2010/05/25 10:33:56 (permalink)
    Brian Kest's Tone; its a dvd with 3 yoga practices on it.  Sean Corne Vinyasa Flow intermediate. Shiva Rea Shakti, would address your first 2 reasons as well as toning.  Hers is great because you can develope your routine through a matrix on her dvd.  She also has a lower body one, but I found difficult.
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